Leslie Meier: Birthday Party Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 9

Ganize a town wide 90th birthday party for her The anticipation of the party plus Lucy s resolve to lose weight do something about her wrinkles and dye her hair to cover the newly discovered gray lift her spirits until she hears that respected lawyer Sherman Cobb has been found dead in his office The police declare death by suicide but Cobb s partner suspects murder and asks Lucy to investigate Meanwhile Miss Tilley is suddenly faced with a niece she never knew xisted who arrives with her biker son only to move in and take over much to the dismay of the older woman s friends As Lucy s inuiries lead to the disclosure of long hidden Tilley family secrets she must also deal with a teenage daughter and her co Art ed sleepover her son s troubles at college and her husband s workplace accident Reallynjoyed this one. Her in the form of a mysterious niece named Shirley and a biker great nephew named Snake Soon no one can get to see the God Is in the Crowd elderly librarian because the brash bossy Shirley says she’s “failing” Now as a killer’s ruthless plan rushes toward a conclusion Lucy needs answers fast orlse she and Miss Tilley won’t live long nough to make a wish and blow out the candles on this year’s birthday cak.

At last this series gets a second book that reached 5 stars It was long due in coming I have a great fondness for the style and rythm and class of this series This book is one of the strong 5 star arners It s right there among the best books I ve The Matriarchs (The Family ever read The interaction between the Stone family members may have looked ordinary if adapted onscreen but in book medium it s absolutely brilliant The murder obligatory ingredient that it is is solved but it s not the main attraction in the book I still don t like Miss Tilley And it s not fair that they have changed her personality to make her likeable Everythinglse balances beautifully here and I ve got no complaints Very Notes for the Everlost enjoyable Thentire town is working together to celebrate Miss Tilley s 90th birthday but murder gets in the wayLucy Stone to the rescue The whole town of Tinker’s Cove is looking forward to the celebration marking former librarian Julia Ward Howe Tilley’s ninetieth birthday Lucy Stone Miss Tilley’s closest friend dreamed up the party idea at about the same time she decided she’s not getting old without a fightThat sounds like a plan until Lucy realizes her daughter’s fourteenth birthday bash a coed sleepover may turn her hai.

Loved it Ms Tilley reminds me if my mother in law so the memories flowed 9 in the Lucy Stone Mystery series In this 2002 series When I Moan (Vassi and Seri 1: Russian Stepbrother Romance) entry author Meier has improved on the last outing It s a fairly standard small town cozy setting but part time reporter Lucy Is harassed by her boss nagged by her husband taken advantage of by her kids and prevailed upon by her friends Domestic touches add realism to the setting but sometimes you feel like telling Lucy to take a chill pill and ignore nonssential demands on her time After all she still has to solve the murder that the police think is a suicideAfter a cold and cloudy March in uaint Tinker Cove Maine the sun is finally shining as Lucy joins her four friends for their weekly breakfast at Jake s Donut Shack To honor Miss Tilley the former librarian they decide to or. R white overnight What was she thinking when she agreed to let Sara have the party On her mind instead was the shocking death of Sherman Cobb the town’s oldest attorney an apparent suicide His law partner however thinks Sherman was murderedPoking about in Sherman’s papers Lucy turns up an intriguing tie between the dead man and Miss Tilley Meanwhile Miss Tilley’s own past has come back to haunt.

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Leslie Meier lives in Harwich Cape Cod Massachusetts She is the creator of 'Lucy Stone' a reporter and amateur sleuth in New England